Thor: Ragnarok trailer: Hilarious mockumentary clip featuring Thor and Hulk shown at Comic Con 2016

'I moved to Australia and moved in with Daryl'

Jack Shepherd@JackJShepherd
Monday 25 July 2016 10:20
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As spectacular as Comic-Con was, there was one huge annoyance for all those who didn't attend; numerous trailers were shown to attendees yet have failed to make their way online.

Of course, that’s one of the reasons why going to Comic-Con is so special, yet it’s entirely frustrating for those of us around the world who couldn’t make it to San Diego.

Thankfully, those who did attend have offered up descriptions of what happened, detailing the trailers for Spider-Man: Homecoming, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Thor: Ragnarok.

Unlike the other two aforementioned Marvel films, the trailer for Thor wasn’t so much a trailer but a hilarious mockumentary, put together by director Taika Waititi specially for Comic-Con. Here’s a description of the clip, via Comic Book.

Description of Thor: Ragnarok clip

"I just am taking a break. We had this cool adventure saving New York, that was pretty great. So I moved to Australia and moved in with Daryl," Thor says in a documentary-style video. Thor has Daryl help him write an email to both Tony Stark and Steve Rogers about their "Relationship problems."

"Dear Steve Rogers, remember when I goaded you into killing those prisoners and you made me swear not to tell any of the other Avengers? I still haven't. Please let me know if you need anything, I'm not doing much at the moment," he said.

Thor had a wall of conspiracy theory about the Infinity Stones. "Who is the purple man in the chair? He's purple, has a magic glove, and doesn't like standing up."

Thor sits down to talk with Bruce Banner, who gets a call from Iron Man. "No amount of money is going to get me into your little pissing contest," he says to Tony. Stark doesn't want to talk to Thor. Banner says that Stark says he doesn't know how to get a hold of Thor, and Thor says he doesn't have a phone, and should instead send a raven.

A sizzle reel was also shown at the event, revealing concept art including a new look at Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, Thor with tribal marks down his face, and illusions to the Planet Hulk storyline already hinted at with the Hulk armour revealed at Comic-Con.

What followed was CGI test footage of Gladiator Hulk charging at Thor, with helmet, gauntlet, and weapon, as well as Cate Blanchett's Hela.

Also revealed at the Comic-Con panel was the actor taking on Captain Marvel in the upcoming film and the second trailer for Doctor Strange was shown.

Thor: Ragnarok will hit UK cinemas on July 28, 2017.

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